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1.) Identify the type of figurative language in the sentences below (taken from Act IV, scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet).

Paris: "Poor soul, thy face is much abus'd with tears."

Juliet: "The tears have got small victory by that;/ For it was bad enough before their spite"

a.) simile
b.) Metaphor
c.) Personification

C.

2.) Identify the type of figurative language in the sentences below (taken from Act IV, scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet).

Friar Lawrence: "Then is it likely thou wilt undertake/ A thing like death to chide away this shame..."

a.) Simile
b.) Metaphor
c.) Personification

B

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  1. I agree with both of your answers.

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  2. Life is like a simile...

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    I just 100% with these answers

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  4. Also anonymous is NOT right at all!

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  5. Yes he is I just got a 100%

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  6. I just got a 100% too

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  7. Also anonymous is actually 100% correct just an fyi

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  8. Yeah I just got a 100% aswell

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  9. anonymous is correct for pre-ap english, if u take regular english then the answers might be different

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  10. hahah we be advanced here taking honors english

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  11. Also anonymous is 100% correct (I wouldn't be surprised if you don't believe them cause you prob weren't smart enough to answer the questions yourself)

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